Top San Jose news: Man shot in face near homeless camp; 4 officers placed on administrative leave

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By Hoodline - Published on June 29, 2020.

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in San Jose.

Newsom orders bars closed in 7 counties

According to the California Department of Health, California’s positivity rate — a  key indicator of community spread — is trending modestly upward in the 14-day average. Hospitalization rates over the long-term are showing a slight uptick in the 14-day average.

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Person shot in face near homeless encampment in San Jose

One person was shot in the face in San Jose Sunday afternoon, according to authorities.

Read the full story on KRON 4 News.

4 SJPD officers on administrative leave after racist comments allegedly posted on social media

San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo is calling for an investigation into racist comments allegedly made by officers on social media.

Read the full story on NBC LA.

San Jose man charged with hate crime in assault incident

A San Jose man was arrested in Santa Cruz for an assault now being investigated as a hate crime.

Read the full story on NBC Bay Area.

San Jose commission criticized for lack of diversity now led by Latinx leaders 

A year ago, one of San Jose's most powerful city commissions had a majority of white people people on it. Today, the San Jose Planning Commission is led by two Latinx commissioners — with a woman in the top spot as chair. 

Read the full story on San Jose Spotlight.

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